Lower Greenville's resurgence just keeps getting better: The Goodfriend Beer Garden & Burger House guys, Matt Tobin and Josh Yingling, are teaming up with a former Village Marquee sous chef, Oliver Sitrin, to open a new concept called The Blind Butcher this spring in the old Service Bar space at 1919 Greenville Avenue.
As the name would imply, The Blind Butcher "will focus on house-made meats", "including sausage, pastrami, and corned beef made in-house by Chef Sitrin"; and since the Goodfriend fellas are involved, you know craft beer will be part of the equation. A tap wall will feature 20 brews with "a selection of the best in European, American craft, and local beers", and beer will also be available by the liter and half-liter.
The Blind Butcher will also act as a commissary kitchen for the Goodfriend guys' new retail beer store, which has seen numerous delays due to zoning and permitting issues; according to the press release, it will open "later this year".
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